It's hard to believe that House for an Art Lover is actually less than 25 years old. This iconic Glaswegian building was actually built in the 1990s using plans originally drafted by Charles Rennie Mackntosh, which is pretty cool if you ask me...
I've been honoured to perform here a lot over the years and as my sister got married here, it's always got an extra special place in my heart. The staff are absolutely astounding, the venue is close enough to Glasgow City Centre and the West End for guests to find accommodation (or keep partying into the wee hours) and, providing you get permission from the council, you can take photos in the stunning Bellahouston Park which looks great whether it's the middle of Summer or covered in snow.
Last night saw me here again for the amazing wedding of Faye and Niven who really put their musical mark on proceedings with everything from The Righteous Brothers for the first dance to Right Side Fred and The Smiths.
The venue is small and intimate so it's not the one for you if you're after a massive 250+ guest shindig but if what's important to you on the big day is having your very nearest and dearest to you and you want to get married somewhere in Glasgow, you'll struggle to beat House for an Art Lover.